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Staff are extremely kind and helpful and the place is in a great position.
Unfortunately the whole place needs rewiring and replumbing - quite urgently!
Nice breakfast but no menu and little guidance as to what is avail. On our 2nd breakfast we noticed cereals...More
I stayed at the Oakley as some friends I was meeting had already booked here. I chose one of the last remaining rooms. It's in a wonderful Chelsea neighborhood and there is so much to like about the location. It blends right it and you'll...More
Very old hotel just off the Kings Road in Chelsea. Oakley street is a lovely wide open road which leads down to the river so the location was excellent. The hotel is very cheap considering the area it is in , the decor is very...More
I've been there just for two nights but the stay was good, the room is old english style and it was really beautiful, unfortunately I didn't had the chance to try the breakfast. The position is good, near Albert Bridge which during the evening is...More
We stayed 3 nights and although we read the previous reviews we did not think that the room amn the shared bathroom would be so abandoned. The location is good and the breakfast good. But it would not pass the minimum conditions of cleaning, since...More
Wealth courses through The King's Road, Chelsea's upmarket artery of West London life packed with shops, eateries and glitzy nightspots. For people-watching at its best and luxury retail therapy that's largely unrivalled, this area cannot be missed. But if this showy street starts to overwhelm or a moment of price tag shock sends you reeling, a quick detour down pretty much any of many King's Road veins will reveal
a quieter side of Chelsea. Here the stately Royal Hospital hosts its world-famous flower show, and the Thames rolls along at a lazy pace, with leafy Battersea Park and its Peace Pagoda beckoning from across the river.